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Lineo Segoete is Co-Director of Ba re e ne re. She is a long-time creative writer who is part of the movement spearheading creative industries and art events in Lesotho, first as the Events Manager and Media Officer of the Morija Museum and Archives and currently as an independent consultant. Her skills include concept development, project management, and marketing and curating of online content. She has been a sub-editor at one of the leading newspapers in Lesotho and is an active promoter and participant in the arts and crafts scene in the Maseru region. She is also communications coordinator for the Gender, Entrepreneurship/Empowerment and Media (GEM) Institute. She holds a B.Bus (Honours) in International Business from the Limkokwing University of Creative Technology.

 

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Zachary Rosen is Co-Director of Ba re e ne re. He is a writer and photographer focused on creative initiatives which generate impact through socially-engaged learning. He also serves as on the editorial board of the media critique website Africa is a Country, deconstructing the politics of media representation. Mr. Rosen lived in Maseru, Lesotho from 2010-2011, working to support various economic development and creative initiatives. He has returned to Lesotho annually since then. He holds a Master’s in International Affairs from The New School.

 

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Makate Maieane is a team member of Ba re e ne re. Born and raised in Lesotho, Makate Grew up in the dusty streets of Ha-Mabote. He is the son of a mathematics and chemistry teacher and an attorney and a Media Studies and Journalism BA graduate of the University of the Free State (UFS). He is currently completing his Honours in Africa Studies with the University of the Free State. Makate is a student leader who is very passionate about leadership and is a part-time writer, who is a sucker for radio and reading! His preferred readings are historical books and biographies and he is a lover of soccer and rugby.

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